'Wine Ninjas' strike again—this time in Quebec's Eastern Townships

A group of women in the Quebec's Eastern Townships have been breaking some social distancing measures in order to deliver wine to their friends, incognito.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Three children killed, others injured in tractor accident south of Montreal

A tractor accident took place on Wednesday, killing three children and injuring three more in a town south of Montreal.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Quebec restaurants charging illegal 'COVID fees' as province reopens

Some restaurants have introduced a "frais COVID," or a "COVID surcharge" on their tabs, causing uproar from patrons across La Belle Province.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Quebec's top doctor says second wave is coming anyway, so enjoy the summer

"I remain convinced that there will, unfortunately, be a second wave. So, take advantage of the summer, take advantage of this conditional deconfinement."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Gym opens in Quebec City despite public health regulations and concerns

A gym in Quebec City has decided to open despite the government not yet granting them the ability to do so, according to TVA Nouvelles.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Canadian Tire employee allegedly steals 67 barbecues then sells them back to Canadian Tire

A Canadian Tire employee in Sherbrooke admitted to stealing over $100,000 in equipment before turning around and selling to the exact store he stole it from.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Quebec Healthcare workers experience burnout amid COVID-19, with no end in sight

Quebec healthcare workers predict a "mass exodus" from the health-care network unless the situation changes fast.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

Liberal MP angered that Quebec hospitals give priority to coronavirus cases over other patients

If hospitals receive an influx of coronavirus patients, protocol requires respirator access for them before disabled and vulnerable people.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Montreal anti-racism protest soured by violent antifa thugs

It is legitimate to protest in solidarity with our neighbours to the south, but it is not acceptable for white antifa members to throw stones at black, Montreal cops in the name of racial equality.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Looting in Montreal after peaceful protest turns violent

Protests in Montreal began with peaceful demonstrations outside police headquarters, but they turned violent, and then the looting began.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

BREAKING: Violence breaks out on Montreal streets at protest over the deaths of George Floyd, Regis Korchinski-Paquet

Violence broke out on Sunday night at a downtown Montreal protest over police brutality and the deaths of George Floyd and Regis Korchinski-Paquet.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson

Ex-Parti Quebecois leader accused of sexual assault with a weapon

The former leader of the Parti Quebecois has been accused of sexual assault with a weapon in allegations that date back to 2014.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Quebec government to help bail out Cirque du Soleil amid pandemic

The famous Cirque du Soleil is set to be bailed out by Quebec's provincial government, as announced by Pierre Fitzgibbon, Quebec's Economy Minister.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Trudeau admits in-person meetings are more effective after shutting down Parliament

Earlier today, a vote passed in Parliament to limit debate in the House of Commons, with the opposition accusing Trudeau of lacking transparency.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Montreal area retailers set to reopen today

Businesses that were forced to close at the end of March due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be reopening on Monday in the Greater Montreal area.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick